Round five of the Best of the Super Juniors tournament had a lot of fun matches and some standout performances. Bobby Fish finally arrived, Kyle O’Reilly is losing momentum, and KUSHIDA is just a Hoverboard locking machine.
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Round four kicks off in Osaka with KUSHIDA vs. Ryusuke Taguchi headlining Block A. In Block B, Ricochet looks to build upon his momentum as he faces Jushin Thunder Liger. Also, can Kyle O’Reilly keep his undefeated streak alive?
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The Madness versus The Thunder, Ooh Yeah!